Whats a Giclee Print?
'Giclee' pronounced 'Zhee'clay' comes from the French meaning to spray or squirt. They are produced on archival substrates with professional 8-12-color ink jet printers, 1400 to 1800 dpi (dots per inch). Giclee prints are recognized as the most accurate printing technique and are 98% true to the original artwork. The materials and inks used in these prints are Archival and Light-Fastness and meets the highest industry standards for density, color gamut, color graduation, and image sharpness. Unlike digital prints, Giclee prints, under the proper care, can last you 100 years or more without fading and appreciates in value.
*All limited edition prints come numbered and signed with a certificate of authenticity.
**All open edition prints come signed with a certificate of authenticity.
To ensure the longevity of your Giclee print, it is recommended to follow these guidelines:
Always handle with clean, washed hands. Any oils from your skin could transfer to the paper and cause blemishing.
When matting and framing your print, use acid free materials. Acid from low quality materials will transfer to the print and cause yellowing over time.
Keep out of direct sunlight. Even though these prints are light-fast and fade resistant, direct sunlight is a powerful thing and could cause unwanted fading.
Select quality glass when framing. UV protective glass is be the optimal choice as it will help filter any harmful rays that could damage your print.
Shipping & Return Policy
Please allow up to 15 business days, for processing and shipping, for your package to be delivered. If you need expedited shipping please contact me directly via email at
Choose your treasures wisely. Due to the delicate nature of original works and art prints, I generally do not accept returns. However, if you receive your package and are not happy with it, please contact me and we will find a solution.
In the very sad event of shipping damage, please contact me directly at Jhillfineart@gmail.com ASAP to arrange a refund or replacement of the damaged item. You will be asked to provide photos of the damaged packaging and product for insurance purposes before a refund is issued, so please don't throw the piece or the packaging away!
Information on purchases of original works, prints, comissions or art lessons, please email me below.